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SportsLightning remain positive amid 3-0 hole: 'We're still alive'

11:15  15 april  2019
11:15  15 april  2019 Source:   thescore.com

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Lightning remain positive amid 3-0 hole: 'We're still alive'© Jamie Sabau / National Hockey League / Getty

The league-best Tampa Bay Lightning are officially on the brink.

The Presidents' Trophy winners find themselves staring down a 3-0 deficit in their opening-round series against the Columbus Blue Jackets after dropping Game 3 by a score of 3-1. Despite this, Lightning head coach John Cooper sees a silver lining.

"There was a lot of positive energy in that room after the third period," Cooper said after the game, according to FOX Sports Florida. "Adversity hits in different ways and we haven't had a lot of it during the regular season and we have it now. We had adversity going into the third period and I thought we responded well and we've just got to carry that on.

Lightning become 3rd team ever to win 60 games

Lightning become 3rd team ever to win 60 games The Tampa Bay Lightning became the third team in NHL history to win 60 games in a season Monday, joining the 1976-77 Montreal Canadiens and the 1995-96 Detroit Red Wings. The Bolts' 60 wins are tied with the '77 Habs for the second-most of all time, and just two victories back of the '96 Red Wings' record of 62 triumphs. With three games left on the Lightning's schedule, they could still surpass Detroit's mark. While neither the Canadiens nor Red Wings had the luxury of shootout wins - the Lightning have picked up six victories beyond overtime this season - Montreal and Detroit didn't have the salary cap to contend with. Copyright © 2019 Score Media Ventures Inc.

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"As far as I know, we're playing Tuesday, right? So, we're still alive."

After a lackluster opening 40 minutes, the Lightning outshot the Blue Jackets 17-8 in the third period. Team captain Steven Stamkos alluded to that as a possible turning point while preaching a one-game-at-a-time mentality.

"We pushed. We pushed hard. If anything, maybe we found a recipe to break some of their structure there," Stamkos said, according to Bryan Burns of the Lightning's official site. "Obviously, it wasn't good enough.

"We've got to win a game, just win a game, get it back to Tampa," he said. "It's tough right now, but we just have to find a way. There's nothing to save it for right now. We just have to win the next game and see where it takes us."

The Lightning - who tied the NHL record with 62 wins this season - are the first team to win the Presidents' Trophy and go down 3-0 in a first-round series since the Vancouver Canucks in 2012. Only four teams in history have recovered from such a deficit, with the last being the 2014 Los Angeles Kings, who went on to capture the Stanley Cup.

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